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a light on his death and how his body may have been disposed to show she was killed inside saudi arabia's consulate last october cintas yella has more from ankara. these pictures show a furnace a tenderer or when that was built by a turkish constructor in the garden of saudi consul general's residence in istanbul just a few hundred meters away from the consulate general building where jamal for shift to was brutally murdered and according to order toppings obtained by the turkish intelligence his body parts were dismembered in the closely general building again we heard from we heard from the police department and the persecutors office that. geez why the parts were carry it in baggage luggage was and bags to the residence building close to the consulate and according to the police as i sat into thought for two thousand eight hundred the police strongly suspect that his body parts might have been burnt in the stand there were over the according to technical
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details of this all when it can fire up to one thousand degrees celsius which means that it leaves no trace of the d.n.a. of a body part or any bones and the turkish police insists that since al topeka who is a forensic experts of the saudi hit team who came to monitor jamal has shipped in istanbul has the certification places was about analysis of d.n.a. from the hooman bones that's why they strongly now suspect that major body parts were burned inside that over and it was already reported before and the reason why they came up to this idea is also that just a few days after jamal his ship was murdered and his body parts were brought to this place where the saudi men living inside they ordered. portions of meat and coop and cooked meat and they did barbecue that's why the police now strongly suspects that g.'s body parts were burnt. kurdish forces in syria say they're
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slowing down their offensive against isis last held area to protect civilians u.s. backed syrian democratic forces launched a final push on the village of book who is on friday over the past several weeks their assault was held up as tens of thousands of people fled to safety but they say there's still a small number of civilians being held as human shields by eisel fighters the afghan taliban says it's held talks with his back to stan's foreign minister and toha the group says his back to stand has promised to promote peace and provide economic assistance it appears to have happened without the afghan government's consent meeting took place as negotiations between the u.s. and the taliban continue and doha both sides say significant progress is being made an armed group is saying the talks are in a very important and sensitive phase egyptian photojournalist. better known as shock on has been released after prison from prison rather after more than five years in detention it posted this picture on his twitter with the hash tag hello
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allt used by egyptian political prisoners when they get fried shot one was arrested in two thousand and three while taking pictures of anti-military protest he was later convicted with seven hundred others on charges of participating in unauthorized protests murder and membership of the banned muslim brotherhood group still ahead on al-jazeera tensions mount as opposition leader was joe returns back to venezuela under the threat of arrest and i want to italy's richest regions where anti immigration policies thrive to catch up prosper with our migrants. hello there all stone fry has been battering parts of north western europe support
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of some very heavy rain a lot of snow and some very strong winds as well this picture is from southern wales where we saw a gust of wind up to one hundred twenty two kilometers per hour the northwestern parts of france have also reported a gust of wind one hundred fifty kilometers per hour that whole system is edging its way towards the east and as it does so it's taking its very strong winds with it so it scandinavia where we see the worst of the weather as we head through the day today behind it there's still plenty of blustery winds following it and lots of very sharp showers too and it's those showers hit the ouse is turning wintery as this whole system is edging its way eastwards and as it does so it's going to take that wild weather with it a lot more of it will be turning to snow as it makes its way up into parts of russia and still plenty of strong winds behind it towards the southeast a should be fine and dry for many of us in greece i mean degrees will be the top temperature they athens but it will cloud will be edging its way across bucharest but the other side of the mediterranean we're seeing a few showers here just make their way towards paws of libya benghazi will catch
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one or two of those and then that system continues its journey eastwards and pets up as we head into tuesday so for some of us in egypt we can expect to see some showers. who want to sponsor the town and. the fact. more of place on the planet one that could soon be lost forever with an international team of scientists is determined not to let that happen without intervention how long do you give that to cuba i would say here to a vast amounts of race against time to try and save the species take a closer look it's in the meshes he plans to stave off extinction techno onal jazeera.
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watching al-jazeera let's recap the top stories right now algeria is eighty two year old president has formally put forward his name for a fifth term and office adele's is beautifully guy has been facing growing protests against his rule to try to appease algerians by promising political reforms if he wins next month's vote al jazeera has obtained exclusive pictures from the home of the saudi consul general in istanbul after the murder of journalist. a documentary airing on our sister channel al jazeera arabic details how turkish officials believe it of and may have been used to dispose of his body israeli forces shot down two palestinians in the village of california and the occupied west bank israeli army says the palestinians were killed after attempting to drive a car into israeli soldiers local residents though say it was
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a car accident. disconsolate and west jerusalem which provides diplomatic representation to the palestinians as to be absorbed by the new u.s. embassy for israel on monday a controversial decision to turn them into a single diplomatic mission was announced in october a u.s. secretary of state might pompei o a consulate has been in place for about one hundred seventy five years and acts as a de facto u.s. embassy for palestinians many palestinians consider the move a downgrade and diplomatic relations as a partner at the truman national security project he says there is no going back on the embassy move even a trump leaves office. bear in mind that in one thousand nine hundred five the it became law in america to try to move the embassy to jerusalem in every six months since then there's been a waiver to to prevent it from happening and it was passed on a bipartisan basis so i don't think the embassy in any way shape or form will will move back to tell of the the issue of the consulate in jerusalem once this change
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is made i don't imagine that it would change again but i think very importantly one part that's being missed i don't know that the israelis would object to the americans building a full fledged embassy in ramallah and i don't know why that's not something that's being discussed any change like that needs to be continued significantly and again it just points the direction that the trip administration is going in but again i do believe that the israelis would not object to the americans putting an embassy in ramallah i think actually in fact that they would celebrate it because one of the big issues that the israelis look at is the idea of in any sort of two state solution of splitting jerusalem and if they were at the americans were to put an embassy in ramallah it would dictate that the palestinians if they were to have some sort of capital in east jerusalem it would not be the same sort of wouldn't have the same diplomatic status as ramallah so again i think the israelis would actually welcome the idea. of ceci decided to end large scale military exercises
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with south korea in order to save the u.s. hundreds of millions of dollars austin in seoul the great to cut back the trail saying it's part of efforts to ridges tension with north korea trumps comments came just days after denuclearization talks of kim jong il down and vietnam countries will carry out smaller joint exercises. we think our combined defensive readiness won't be affected because we'll be having combined c'mon send to exercises and coordinated outdoor maneuver exercises will also be maintaining five defensive readiness an executive from chinese tech giant weiwei who's facing x. . addition to the u.s. is suing the canadian government its border agency and the national police they want those lawyers say her rights were violated when she was detained and questioned in vancouver last december her attorneys say believe she was undergoing a routine customs check that it was only after giving border agents information and electronic devices that she was told she was under arrest last week canada started
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a process to extradite her to the u.s. where she's accused of violating washington sanctions on iran but as wales opposition leader says she'll be back home on monday to lead new protests against president nicolas maduro on why has wrapped up a tour of latin american countries seeking to topple in toronto he was last in ecuador but is now reportedly headed back to venezuela i know appeared on social media calling for venezuelans to join the protests the government is threatening to arrest him if he returns an iraq war has more from the colombian border town of kuta. as far as we can tell one boy bill has not yet returned to venezuela he took to social media on sunday evening once again calling for venezuelan citizens to take to the streets to fill the streets of the country saying that he's convening demonstrations for eleven am on monday across the country that's local time now it's unclear where that broadcast was made from but mr y. dog did say that he would be attending these demonstrations he was most recently in
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ecuador wrapping up a tour of several south american countries including brazil meeting with leaders in paris why as well as argentina now on that social media broadcast bill said that the dilemma that venezuela currently faces is between democracy and dictatorship he also condemned the violence the government's use of paramilitary forces that were responsible for violence that took place here in the in the city of kuta on the border with venezuela on february twenty third violence that lasted for three days mr garrido also called on the venezuelan military to allow international aid tons of international aid that continues to sit in containers here on the border to be allowed to enter the country lastly he said on monday that the that he said that on monday the next steps would be announced this would happen at some point where these nationwide demonstrations would be taking place and we will be keeping a close eye on these demonstrations on the scheduled protests across the country in
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venezuela as one of the richest regions in europe and an economic powerhouse of italy that has also where the country's far right party now known as the leak has thrived almost a third of the region voted for the party and its and i am a gracious policies and recent elections but migrant labor is crucial to the success of that region and it has this report from the city of her own now. a city steeped in history and as with other parts of italy their own is people are fiercely protective of their identity and customs so much so that protecting these was one of the foundations for the likud party. is where the league has always been important in terms of right wing parties and identity terry a movement it's an experiment into right wing politics we are battling for an identity and cause for defending security and against illegal uncontrolled immigration and the issue of immigration is always close to the top of the party's
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agenda there is a history of the extreme right here in verona back to the days of when it was part of the republic of salo during world war two and nazi puppet state these days it is the league that rules and they found the fervor of near fascist organizations here problem is that their anti immigrant rhetoric collides with reality and that is that migrants are very much part of the success of this wealthy region. it's heavy work making motorized outdoor tools in this factory the assembly line chan's out lawnmowers and tractors one of the many industrial operations that defines venet of a powerhouse i had a look along the shop floor reveals how diverse the eight hundred strong workforce is the factory could not keep up with demand or maintain its leadership in the market without italian workers i don't think it about politics
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we take it about the business and when the business come into the matter so the integration is something that you have to do because you want a wonderful product you want quality you want to fish and sea and you cannot have it without integrity whatever going to work is your environment. but while ten percent of the region's population is made up of my quince the anti immigration political parties have flourished. the immigrant labor force is indispensable invented especially in small to medium sized businesses more so in this region than in any other tools has one of the oldest populations in the country which needs to mystic employees from this workforce despite this immigration strategy has worked for the leak in this region turning into slogans has proved profitable for the politicians in terms of votes but some businesses are
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asking without the immigrant workers would we still be making a profit. al-jazeera beneteau. colace will need to negotiate a coalition government if she is to become mr on his first female prime minister or center right opposition party a surprise election when a majority or form party won with almost thirty percent of the vote the far right conservative people's party to come third in the polls however the two major parties have rolled out forming a government with them the us was the last major nation to perform invasive tests on chimpanzees and acting them with hiv and other diseases and stopped in two thousand and fifteen because of animal cruelty concerns now instead of living out their days in a lab the chimps have gone into retirement and a new home john hendren has their story from keith hill in louisiana. for
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mankind's closest relative. this is the reward for a life of service. infected with hiv tuberculosis and other diseases and tested it medical labs across the united states. two hundred sixty eight other chimpanzees are living a life of leisure at louisiana's chin pavan the world's largest chimp retirement home. they get treatments for the usual ailments for the elderly. we see diabetes we see kidney failure we see liver insufficiency arthritis periodontal disease. and they get specialized medical care and the occasional healthy treat. they are living out the chip life they get to make choices they can decide if they want to be indoors or if they want to be outdoors. that happened. three years after the u.s. government ended invasive testing on chimpanzees there are now more chimps here
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than in government funded laboratories. and she pavan is rapidly making room for the remaining one hundred eighty test chimps hey are you are ready for the release . of everything about. some labs had insisted the chimps should be retired where they are in the labs that experimented on them but in october the u.s. national institutes of health decided that all chimps who are healthy enough to travel be brought here. this is a far cry from the lives chimpanzees lived in research labs instead of serving humankind with their bodies. they're being catered to themselves. so i'm like julie is we're born in the wild others have never seen a tree you would think if you gave a chimp a tree they would climb it that's not true chimps are territorial sometimes fatally so to newcomers so any fultz is part behaviorist part mammal matchmaker when they
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arrive we actually go into observations on the groups and on the individuals and try to see where we think that they're going to best fit in and with what family they're going to do best and once we kind of make that determination. they have a say in having a say for many for the first time in their lives can make all the difference john hendren. louisiana. to recap the headlines now on al-jazeera algeria's eighty two year old president has formally put forward his name for a fifth term in office and jealousies beautifully guy has been facing growing protests against his will start to appease algerian saying he'll call early elections if he wins next month's vote. at least twenty two people have been killed after a tornado hit the u.s.
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state of alabama rescue teams are searching the wreckage of homes and businesses destroyed in lake county more than ten thousand people are without power we've done everything we feel like we can do to save the area is just very very hazardous to put anybody into at this point in time debris everywhere and it is just has it has been previously this evening just some mass damage to structures residences in the area russia's foreign minister sergey lavrov is and qatar is part of a tour of gulf countries it's his first stop before he goes on to saudi arabia kuwait and the united arab emirates russian state news says he will focus on energy and vestment and regional issues including syria yemen libya and palestine al-jazeera has obtained exclusive pictures from the home of the saudi consul general in istanbul after the murder of journalist democracy a documentary airing on the network details how turkish officials believe an oven may have been used to dispose of his body really forces shot dead two palestinians
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in the village of four in the may in the occupied west bank israeli army says the palestinians were killed after attempting to drive a car into israeli soldiers local residents though say it was a car accident. kurdish forces in syria say they are slowing down their offensive against last held area to protect civilians u.s. backed syrian democratic forces launched a final push on the villages on friday over the past several weeks there are a salt was held up as tens of thousands of people fled to safety but they say there's still a small number of civilians being held as human shields by eisel fighters. egyptian photojournalist. better known as shock one was released from prison after nearly five years and detention it posted this picture on twitter with the hash tag hello used by egypt's political prisoners when they are freed he was arrested in two thousand and thirteen while taking pictures of anti military protests he was later
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convicted with seven hundred others as are the headlines the news continues on al-jazeera keep it here throughout the day techno is next. on counting the cost this week the secretive money working to influence the ukase exit from the european union good morning viet we'll get to grips with one of southeast asia tiger cub economies plus who really benefits in the five g. telecoms are you counting the cost over which is iraq. this is the fact this morning. on the planet one that could soon be lost. with an international team of scientists is determined not to let that happen now it's a race against time to try and save a species. this
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is. the vet keita is the most endangered marine mammal is a naturally elusive this has never been captured tagged was studied up close by marine biologists. techno is married to davison and chris would take a crisis that's an emergency plan to stave off extinction the gulf of california one of the most beautiful marine sanctuaries in the world it is here in the target gulf waters at the edge of the baja california desert the world's smallest cetacean has found a home power when all the money that one of the earth everybody does yes. america
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because of the motive. what you have and the wreckage that is found nowhere else right this is the only place that it exists yes exactly this is the only place this is and then make these issues. whether someone is with ok only we can find if you're not on the place in the war mexico we are so lucky to have these as these are poised belongs in mexico you know if they've given birth here if you are. going to us in a hole is an acoustic researcher for mexico's government sponsored iraqi to rescue project today to stop when his team plan to deploy several submerged will see pods or underwater listening devices the pods are used to track but keep us his research picked up the early warning signs that indicated the bucky the population was crushing the data is sent to researchers in san diego crystal dilworth has that
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part of the story tell me what is that the key to and why do you love them so much the cases are especially i think a lovely part because they have a nice paint job they have sort of like black mascara black lipstick her about a cough going. few scientists have studied the key to as intended. as barbara taylor she heads up in advance genetic laboratory based at the u.s. national oceanic and atmospheric administration in san diego california her main partner there and so rowe has braccio who heads up the mexican project is equally passionate about saving the key to losing the key to know in a way this just a minute eunice a masterpiece if someone destroys the chick on the road that are beautiful whatever the world be expecting is that nothing is going to change you're going to wake up in the morning you're going to help but the world is going to be poorer in many many ways and i think that's a situation. i think where enzo and i always thought we could save them you know we
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knew it was one issue it was throughout was and we thought we could change it yeah and it's. it's a hard thing to to see you know hot it's not happening. so what is killing the vicki according to scientists the main culprit is gill nets used to capture and another endangered species found the gulf of california a fish named the twelve according to the environmental investigation agency demand for to can be traced to china burgess sold illegally and we got a tip off about this court which is also in southern china is on the coast which is said to be a major center for trade in terms of the fish more some chinese believe the dry swim bladder at the to twelve improve skin in liver conditions and figure a circulation and stops bleeding none of this has been proven medically but the
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illegal trade into twelve is extremely lucrative. twaddle fishing in the gulf is illegal because the same nets used to catch and snare the keytar they have decimated the key to population. techno as merida davidson was shown how the pros that they work of a cannot but they leave this world of know in their work for the brain where they work if they can get in time with their hair here or there or to free him so obviously they work if i can do to refer to the surface and then they get things so they just get stuck here with you when they perish they're going to. found three adult that it actually does since we started operation milagro and two new nets pre-born by keepers and i don't actually think it's all of them were neck
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crapsey and the results of the examination show that they're all die of asphyxiation and all had like marks of nets under skin so they dying because of the that is for sure you know leo is captain of the sea shepherd a marine conservation group that voluntarily patrols the opera gulf four to twelve a nutz. five dead lucky to us were found in the gulf from january to may two thousand and seventy it's so horrific to see how much sea creatures are trapped on those nets it's heartbreaking for these protected marine mammals are dying for no reason they're just. about ants it's horrible. the story of the vacuum is a classic collapse of
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a species scientists began tracking back in the late one nine hundred ninety s. and we determined twenty years ago that the fishing ban was unsustainable for bakita bay would we predicted that they would be declining about this problem for twenty years. well i mean the people who originally found them found them dead on the beach. from fishing nets and said hey here's a porpoise nobody's ever found a porpoise here it can't be very common and it's dying in fishing nets and so he's was discovered because it was dying yeah it was found dead on beaches and in fishing dobbs you know it's sort of odd that people wouldn't see it but the more you get to know this shy animal the more you understand that you really have to know what you're looking for and you really have to look for them to see them because they avoid any motorized vessel and they're really small they're only in groups of one or two so they're really difficult to see they aren't like the flashy dolphins have come up and ride your bowel and you know you get to see every aspect
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of their lives and porpoises are very shy they move away and so you really have to look for them with like really big binoculars with bucky just on the brink of extinction the team made a decision that was as bold as it was all day ships in order to save the bucky the remaining population now numbering less than thirty would have to be taken into captivity the plan was implemented in november two thousand and sixteen at the eve of sort of an international committee to save the baccy the only option is separate but you know from the main. or taking you live now to a joint press conference of the foreign ministers of qatar and russia. and let's listen and i had this joint meeting with him where we discussed all means of
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. call for a shot at all levels be it make. full it's the fence or a military. level. we commend the friendly relations between. both countries and the progress we made over the past six years will also commend the role played by russia in many of the international issues namely those of interest to qatar including the gulf crisis where russia called the parties to maintain self-restraint and engage in dialogue and a friend from meddling. in the mystic affairs of other countries during the joint meeting also we discussed other bilateral issues of interest in such as the crises in syria we exchanged views on the latest development and the
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progress made whether in terms of the political solution all day development on the ground shows especially in the north of syria while suited to rated the firm stand at the opted by the state of qatar that the political. alyssa lucian is only solution to the crisis in syria which should be. agreeable to the syrian people and will also discussed the security situation in libya where it is it wise to have immediately to have one army and one government we both agreed to support the supply route agreement. and we had iterated got our support to the national unity government resulting from that agreement will also exchange views on the palestinian israeli conflict and the efforts to revive peace talks between. whether between the palestinian
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factions and we both agreed that it is necessity to put an end to the division between the palestinian factions and we commend the old played by russia last month where russia invited all the palestinian factions in moscow to converse putting an end to the internal division is a step forward. two words establishing peace once again i thank mr lavrov for his visit to doha and we look forward to the future cooperation and coordination between both our countries. but is. there ladies and gentlemen. this is the world i like to thank our hosts
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for the hospitality. we conducted today a comprehensive because she's. with the chairman of the council of ministers minister of the state of qatar missed out on me and before in the morning. i was accepted they me. conveyed the best wishes. from the president of the russian federation mr putin and the course of the discussions we confirm our interest to maintain their regular political dialogue. trustful dialect a mission of beneficial dialogue interest in expansion of our practical cooperation and different c.s. . we. agree with our friends there is a need there that to increase our trade economic ties to stimulate michel trade so we welcome the athletes and to take any.


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